10 Hyde Park Place, smallest house in London c 1905

In the middle was the smallest house in London, 10 Hyde Park Place. It was hit by a bomb in during World War

Aerial view of London and the River Thames, 1930's

London by Alfred Buckham, pioneer of aerial photography. Despite nine crashes he said, “If one’s right leg is tied to the seat with a scarf or a piece of rope, it is possible to work in perfect security.

081-Tottenham Court Road/Oxford Street junction in the 1950's by Warsaw1948, via Flickr

Tottenham Court Road/Oxford Street junction in the A great shot of this location when traffic was two-way. The Dominion Theatre, just seen on the extreme right. The Dominion Theatre was used for many years as a cinema.

Photographs of Tower Bridge being constructed are found in a skip - Telegraph

Photographs of Tower Bridge being constructed are found in a skip

Ruins of the Crystal Palace, 1936 London

Find high resolution royalty-free images, editorial stock photos, vector art, video footage clips and stock music licensing at the richest image search photo library online.

Shad Thames, London c1910

Lost London

Shad Thames- a myriad of iron bridges spanned the street to allow goods to be moved from the river, across the walkways to warehouses inland / LONDON

8th September 1944: The Strand in London, looking towards Fleet Street. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

September The Strand in London, looking towards Fleet Street. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

15th October 1943: Tottenham Court Road, a street in London's busiest shopping…

London, England October Tottenham Court Road, a street in London's busiest shopping district. Near the underground station are the Dominion Theatre and the YMCA. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

12 Jul 1933: Two girls come to view the smallest house in Knightsbridge, London - a tiny building nestled between two larger structures

12 Jul Two girls come to view the smallest house in Knightsbridge, London - a tiny building nestled between two larger structures

A street scene on Archway Road in North London - 16 September 1933

A street scene on Archway Road in North London - 16 September 1933

Strand. London By George Reid, c.1920-1933

"Woolf surveys the human topography of London in Mrs Dalloway; she depicts landscapes that reinforce boundaries of class and gender; rich and poor, men and women, each of them lives in a different London.

Pinterest
Search